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Born and raised in Cramlington, Northumberland, Stephen Miller is a British athlete who competes in the fields of Paralympic club and discus throwing.
In the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics, Miller became Britain’s youngest ever track and field Olympic and Paralympic gold medallist. Miller has won 25 international medals throughout his career and held the world record for club throw from 1997-2008.
Miller won gold and bronze at the Sydney Paralympics in 2000, another gold at Athens 2004 to complete a hattrick of Paralympic golds in the club throw. He went on to win silver at the 2008 Summer Paralympics in Beijing and was selected as the male captain of the athletics squad for Great Britain at the 2012 Summer Paralympics.
As of 2013, Miller has represented Great Britain for over 15 years, competing in 5 Paralympic Games, 5 World Championships and 3 European Championships and winning 25 international medals, including 3 gold Paralympic medals.